As we told you when we reviewed the recent Samsung Behold, touch-screen phones are in. Indeed, with models such as the Behold, the Instinct, and the Delve, Samsung has been at the forefront of this trend. And now its brings touch-screen loveliness to AT&T with the Samsung Eternity.
Also called the SGH-A867, the black-and-chrome Eternity has a 3.2-inch display with haptics vibrating feedback, Samsung's TouchWiz interface, and an accelerometer. Inside you'll find support for AT&T Mobile TV, GPS, a 3-megapixel camera, messaging and e-mail, Bluetooth, a microSD card slot, AT&T's Video Share, a full HTML browser, 3G connectivity, a speakerphone, and organizer options. The Eternity is $149.99 with a two-year contract.
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